SHARE HOUSE Unfurnished master bedroom with ensuite to be rented separately in this spacious, light filled three bedroom ensuite townhouse.
Presenting in a near new condition, the spacious open plan living area features large stackable doors opening onto a covered alfresco and is joined by a modern kitchen with dishwasher.
Features include: Segregated master bedroom with ensuite Built in robes Use of half the double lock up garage with internal access Rent includes internet All other utilities shared between occupants
Shared facilities: Open plan living area Large kitchen with stone bench tops and stainless steel appliances Covered alfresco Good sized enclosed rear garden Ducted reverse cycle heating Double lock up garage with internal access
Living area furniture inclusions: Lounge suite and arm chairs TV unit and TV Dining setting Fridge Washing machine
Enjoy living in an elevated position in a leafy suburb only a short commute to Belconnen Town Centre, University of Canberra and local shops.
A current EER for this property is not available.
Application forms are available on our website; www.ctcproperty.com.au. Alternatively, we accept 1form applications.
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
Block Size:1273 m² (approx)
CTC Property Group
CTC Property Group
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